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In this edition of SLCC Talks we talk about the mouse problem taking place in the offices of the Center for Arts & Media.
Q “With the opening of the new Center for Arts & Media, it’s been found that there is a mouse problem. How do you feel knowing that there are mice right after the grand opening?”
Channing Lowe, Film Instructor
“I know facilities is taking care of it. The complaints have gone in. Mice [are] a normal problem for a lot of big places, you’re gonna have it eventually.”
“Facilties, as far as I know, has been taking care of it. Is it still an Issue? I haven’t heard complaints about it.”
Taylor Downs, SLCC Student
“They should do something about it because it’s a problem with the cafeteria there. It’s a new building so it shouldn’t have a mice problem, so something obviously went wrong with it and they have to fix it somehow.”
Chris Bylund, What’s Bruin’ Producer
“It’s affecting some of Allison’s (Arndt-Wilde) and Julie’s (Gay) files and hard drives because they’re trying to clear it out and so that’s affected my work, because I ask them for some things and they can’t give it to me because they need to find it from cleaning.
The Globe has also covered the topic at length with our article “A CAM Caper: There’s a mouse in the house” by contributing writer Michael Hawker.
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